Five newsworthy snippets for the month of March

Spring is shaping up to be stylish and fun-filled on the eyewear front, with lots of exciting new designs in the offing. Travel inspiration, quirky frames and gradient tinted lenses are just some of what we cover in our latest round-up of the launches to look out for.



© Mykita eyewear

The quirky cool collab by Mykita and Bernhard Willhelm

Mykita has been working with German couturier Bernhard Willhelm since 2009, producing collections at the cutting-edge of fashion that are eagerly anticipated by eyewear enthusiasts. The new spring range combines bright colors like turquoise and tangerine, manufacturing innovation and retro-futuristic style with an 80s vibe. The imaginative designs embrace quirky and unusual styles like the XXL mask and reworked aviator shape.

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© Victoria Beckham eyewear

A classy collection for spring-summer from Victoria Beckham 

Victoria Beckham’s current eyewear collection takes after the designer herself, who is rarely spotted out of her high heels or structured jackets. The brand strives to be both original and classy, paying special attention to the finishes. Its range for spring-summer features 16 styles inspired by the 70s – think XXL frames and lenses – but with modern details like an eye-catching three-color gradient. Additionally, the colors are not just desirable, but especially well chosen. Sage green, rust and sky blue will all work perfectly with the yellow and pastel green shades making their way into our summer wardrobes.

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© Shelter eyewear

Shelter and Patrick Norguet emphasizing the architectural quality of eyewear

Relaunched two years ago, the Shelter brand is reaffirming the strong relationship between architecture and eyewear. Teaming up with the French designer Patrick Norguet this season, the brand is focusing attention on the merging of two signature materials, wood and acetate. The result of this union? Ten pairs of optical glasses and sunglasses named after different cities and the architecture that inspired them: Paris, Las Vegas and Stockholm included. It’s certainly one way of expanding your horizons while our movement’s still restricted by the pandemic.

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© Quay Australia

Quay branching out into jewelry

Famous for its fashion-forward designs and for collaborating with celebrities including Ashley Graham, Jennifer Lopez and Lizzo, eyewear brand Quay (and Quay Australia) has decided to branch out. So not only can you choose to accessorize your outfits with its original eyewear, but now there are Quay necklaces, charms and earrings to incorporate into your look as well. The beautiful Brazilian influencer Camila Coelho is the face of the jewelry range. 

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© Théo eyewear

Theo Eyewear in vacation mood

Evoking sunnier climes, the special Souvenirs from Havana collection by Theo Eyewear launches in April. The range promises to instantly immerse you in the festive atmosphere of Cuba with designs comprising tortoiseshell frames and colored lenses. There really is something for everyone with square, butterfly shape and round options to choose from. You could always busy yourself making mojitos while you wait for them to drop…

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Écrit par Violaine Schutz